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WA: Obama 51, McCain 39 (UWashington-10/27-31)

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University of Washington
10/27-31/08; 387 RV, 5%
Mode: Live Telephone Interviews

Washington
Obama 51, McCain 39
Gov: Gregoire (D-i) 50, Rossi (R) 48

 

Comments
cinnamonape:

Man-o-man...Gregoire just can't seem to shake Rossi. It's been like this the whole campaign.

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cinnamonape:

Man-o-man...Gregoire just can't seem to shake Rossi. It's been like this the whole campaign. That said...of the last 25 polls she's led 22 of them.

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striatic:

"That said...of the last 25 polls she's led 22 of them."

she should also benefit significantly from Obama coatails and GOTV operations.

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New York Transplant:

It's Truely funny about Rossi. First he doesn't use the (R) after his name, opting for GOP. Then his billboards in the eastern part of the state use the tag line "Don't let Seattle steal another election". Way to devide the state Dino.
You'll be a two-time loser!!!

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jsh1120:

Governors have the toughest jobs in American politics. They're faced with trying to do the biggest jobs in terms of the impact on constituents' daily lives with the fewest resources.

That Ms. Gregoire continues to lead Rossi in this race is rather amazing. Rossi has run as far away from his record as a right-wing Republican as he can. Even rejecting, as another poster noted, the label of "Republican" on the ballot.

I've never been a huge fan of Ms. Gregoire. She's a bit too clever by half in defending her record. But assuming she manages to eke out a win on Tuesday, I'll take some pride in the good sense of my fellow Washingtonians.

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